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Katalina Simon is a Hungarian/American photographer whose work engages with Central Europe’s fractured past. Her work focuses on collective history, the immigrant experience and family ties.

Simon’s photographs have been exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide including PH21 Photography Gallery, Budapest; Loosen Art Gallery, Rome; The Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester; Praxis Gallery, Minneapolis; Fountain Street Gallery, Boston.

She received a B.A. in Russian from the University of Bristol (UK) and is a graduate of the Post-Baccalaureate certificate program in Photography from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston. She is currently pursuing and MFA in Photography at MassArt and will graduate in May of 2023.

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Vép, Hungary, 1976

Vép, Hungary, 1976

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